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Old 09-12-2006, 06:19 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Mute Key - Standby Question

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When you hold the mute key for a couple of seconds the 8100 goes into standby until you press the mute key again. Great. This solves the "pocketing problem." However, after an extended period of time when you press the mute key to come out of standby the keyboard is locked, which requires a two button operation to unlock it. Not conducive to one hand operation.

Anyone know a setting change so that when the mute key is pressed to come out of standby, the keyboard isn't locked. I looked and fooled for awhile and couldn't find one. Locking the keyboard seems redundant if you're in standby.
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